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"Bring together" is a transitive verb phrase which is often translated as "reunir", and "put together" is a transitive verb phrase which is often translated as "armar". Learn more about the difference between "bring together" and "put together" below.
bring together(
brihng
 
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geh
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thuhr
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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (general)
a. reunir
The forum on the city's economic outlook will bring together local politicians and business owners.El foro para la estrategia económica de la ciudad reunirá a políticos y empresarios locales.
b. unir
Our common interest in chess brought us together.Nuestro interés en común por el ajedrez nos unió.
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put together(
poot
 
tuh
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geh
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thuhr
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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to assemble)
a. armar
The parts arrived yesterday, but it will take a week to put the machine together.Las partes llegaron ayer, pero armar la máquina va a llevar una semana.
b. montar
It took me a year to put together the model of the Enterprise.Tardé un año para montar el modelo de la Enterprise.
c. reunir
Ed put together a collection of photos from every Super Bowl game to date.Ed reunió una colección de fotos de todos los partidos del Super Bowl hasta la fecha.
2. (to create)
a. preparar
I'm contemplating whether to put something together for dinner, or to just order Chinese food.Estoy pensando si preparo algo para la cena, o si pido comida china.
b. armar
The team of reporters put together an informative summary of this week's events in Iowa.El equipo de reporteros armó un resumen informativo de los eventos de esta semana en Iowa.
c. reunir
The new coach put together a stellar team this year.El nuevo entrenador reunió un equipo estelar este año.
d. hacer
I have about five minutes to put something together for my lunch.Tengo unos cinco minutos para hacerme algo de comer para el almuerzo.
e. producir
The staff put the magazine's first edition together in under a week.El personal produjo la primera edición de la revista en menos de una semana.
3. (to place together)
a. juntar
Luisa put her hands together and prayed for her grandfather to recover.Luisa juntó las manos y oró para que su abuelo se recuperara.
4. (to formulate)
a. elaborar
The board met to put together an action plan for the year.El consejo se reunió para elaborar un plan de acción para el año.
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
5. (added up)
a. juntos
Emma makes more sense than the rest of the candidates put together.Emma sola hace más sentido que el resto de los candidatos juntos.
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